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March 21, 1987 - Image 54

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-03-21

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IMPROVING ON

MORE POPULAR THAN
EVER; NO LONGER A
DEEP, DARK SECRET
COSMETIC SURGERY IS
NOT ONLY FOR MOVIE
STARS

BY LINDA R. BENSON N AT Li IR E

Did she or didn't she?

She looks AWFULLY well rested.

What kind of a "star trip" does
she think she is on anyway?

Plastic surgery? Do you REALLY
think you can stop the clock,
dear?

oes all of this chatter
sound unkind and catty?
Well, these days a good
deal of it is also untrue.
According to statistics of the
American Society of Plastic and
Reconstructive Surgeons, over
two million Americans had
plastic surgery in 1984, and each
year the number is growing by at
least 20 per cent.
Besides, the SHE who has just
had it done may very likely be a
HE. Approximately 20 percent of
all plastic surgery patients in
California are men, 15 percent of
the patients in New York state are
males, and even in the
conservative mid west, about 7
percent of the cosmetic face lifts
performed today are on men, with

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